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Old 06-25-2021, 01:39 PM
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Got the FOIA results for my CMP 1911. Anyone have any idea what that CETSA use might have been?



1. April 4, 1989, Anniston Munitions Center, Anniston, Alabama received the weapon from BX24 (No Information).
2. February 27, 1999, Anniston Munitions Center, Anniston, Alabama shipped the weapon to DLA Distribution Anniston, Alabama.
3. February 27, 1999, Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Distribution Anniston, Alabama received the weapon from Anniston Munitions Center, Anniston, Alabama.
4. September 8, 2000, DLA Distribution Anniston, Alabama completed a reconciliation on the weapon.
5. January 17, 2003, DLA Distribution Anniston, Alabama shipped the weapon to Concept Evaluation Support Agency (CETSA) Kentucky.
6. January 27, 2003, Concept Evaluation Support Agency (CETSA) Kentucky received the weapon from Anniston Munitions Center, Anniston, Alabama.
7. June 18, 2003, Concept Evaluation Support Agency (CETSA) Kentucky shipped the weapon to Anniston Munitions Center, Anniston, Alabama.

8. June 26, 2003, DLA Distribution Anniston, Alabama received the weapon from Concept Evaluation Support Agency (CETSA) Kentucky.
9. January 29, 2004, January 23, 2005, February 12, 2006, January 29, 2007, January 27, 2008, January 25, 2009, January 24, 2010, March 6, 2011, December 3, 2011, January 19, 2013, March 7, 2015, May 1, 2016, March 5, 2017, June 4, 2017 and March 31, 2019 DLA Distribution Anniston, Alabama conducted an annual weapon serial number reconciliations on the weapon.
10.September 24, 2019, DLA Distribution Anniston, Anniston, Alabama shipped the weapon to HQ US Army Tank, Automotive and Armaments Command (TACOM) Anniston Civilian Marksmanship Program, Anniston, Alabama.
11.September 24, 2019, HQ US Army TACOM Anniston Civilian Marksmanship Program, Anniston, Alabama received the weapon from DLA Distribution Anniston, Alabama.
12.September 24, 2019, HQ US Army TACOM Anniston Civilian Marksmanship Program, Anniston, Alabama shipped the weapon to Civilian Marksmanship Program, Anniston, Alabama.
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Old 06-25-2021, 02:13 PM
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.3 seconds of research: https://www.caa.army.mil/history.html

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Old 06-25-2021, 02:37 PM
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I am just guessing, but in 2003, the army was looking at 45 acp replacements and testing other off the shelf firearms if I remember correctly.

Also, I remember seeing some one else had their weapon go here, as I did a google search then.

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Old 06-25-2021, 05:41 PM
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.3 seconds of research: https://www.caa.army.mil/history.html

Interesting entity.
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Yeah, I had found that. Just curious if anyone knew specifics of what they might have been doing with 1911s in '03. Long shot, but who knows.
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